Unformatted text preview: you lean a little on psychology (as in, “I will be working with sociologists, etc.” or “I will be reading psychological research”). You had a few little “tics”—that is, saying “um” and an occasional nervous gesture, but on the whole you really came off natural and comfortable. The cost-benefit was a nice way to wrap up, too—and the QA was useful. I think you should have provided some of that info in the presentation, but we got it all in the end so good job!...
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- Spring '09
- Psychology, Mark Einsiedel, Mark Einsiedel GRADE, occasional nervous gesture